Tribute to a brave cop-M C Sharma

This post comes late,but better late than never..All my prayers and condolences to Mr M C Sharma and his family.The nation lost a brave cop and the family lost their soul.I wish he could have taken more safety precautions as to preserve himself for tomorrow,to eliminate more and more criminals.Being an encounter specialist,he should have taken atmost care while going through such tedious tasks..May this incident throw some light into the heart of criminals,as to understand what evil they are doing,and also into hearts of true officers,as to take more care.


Life of a panwala is as worthy as life of an encounter specialist..When sweepers and taxi drivers die in an encounter-by criminals uopn laymen-,we don’t see many mourning or announcing rewards..Nevermind,even I am worth only a panwala’s life and i should not be greedy or lame enough to expect my dead body to be covered with flowers,instead of lying on road for long hours covered in a piece of mat..


I wish BJP and allies won’t act dumb enough to portray the death of M C Sharma as “Hindu cop killed by muslims”.. 🙄  May all those innocent and brave souls rest in peace..and may their families be taken care of by the society as they died in our place and we should be obliged to them..

  1. Nimmy Hi,
    Nimmy can understand your dilemma about ‘ conspiracy theories’. But then try reading between lines and start seeing beyond what is visible to naked eye…is difficult but not too difficult either.

    Common sense is the most potent tool.

    Your blog name is interesting. 🙂

    All the best and happy blogging. And yes do drop in when ever you can and be my friend.


    • arjun2k
    • September 21st, 2008

    May his soul rest in peace….

    I wish to disagree with u in the contents of ur blog……
    “Life of a panwala is as worthy as life of an encounter specialist”….bla bla bla.

    “Being an encounter specialist,he should have taken atmost care while going through such tedious tasks”…..I have written a blog on him yesterday and what had happened in Batla Nagar…..U can read that to get the answer

    • virtualopinion
    • September 21st, 2008

    Nice post.

    However, I don’t understand what was the provocation to bring in BJP’s mention here imagining what they would say. You would have noticed that BJP has said nothing like what you thought they were going to say. In fact, L K Advani was the amongst the first politicians to visit the hospital and then the Nigam Bodh Ghat to pay his homage.

    I am also surprised how a responsible TV channel like NDTV could publish stories of a fake encounter. Fake encounters are stage managed and police officers do not get killed in fake encounters.

    When Gujarat Police arrested Abu Bashar and others, there were people like Lalu Yadav and Shahi Imam who raised the bogey of muslims being targeted. I wonder what they have to say now.

    If Gujarat Police had not busted SIMI’s network, can you imagine how many more blasts would have been carried out by them. At least now they are on the run and are less likely to carry out blasts, at least in near future.

    • Nimmy
    • September 21st, 2008

    Thanks for coming PI:) I hope you visit many more times.. 😉

    Reading between lines happens when there is fear of tomorrow..Communal harmony in my India is already at stake due to many shitty muslims..I don’t want more people to add fuel to fire..

    • Nimmy
    • September 21st, 2008

    Arjun,as usual,except the J&K post,I write all my posts only after hours of reading bcoz i dn’t want to parade my ignorance and drive away my readers..I have read what most national dailies have on this,and your post says the same…

    I saulte the brave cop for giving his life for a noble cause..

    But the goodness is being faded away by acts of some shitty hindus(not all hindus) trying to highjack ShARMA’S martyerdom.They are trying to spread an illusion that ‘hindu cop died by muslim’s hand’ is what i call fishing in muddy pool..Never mind,these types of activities are always done by BJP and allies..Afteral,its an elesction year and they need to do anything and everything for the sake of power..Let them keep doing.

    The sad death of a person is written down in various articles and in a script or story board..”..and the first bullet hit is chest..and blood began to flow..body full of blood..he is taking last breath..slowly cleses his eyes”.ROFL,authors are taking away the goodenss for a good person’s death..Atleast they must try to give some respect and take into consideration the family’s feelings who lost sharma..Statements as “only breadwinnner of family’ and like is adding fuel to fire and i doubt such intentions,as communal hrmony in my india is already at stake..Are they feeling compassionate or are they making use of the opportunity as to fire up maximum hatred?

    Many many cops,ranging from Superindentent to constable..They are also human beings..I don’t see media and whole indians moruning over such person’s deaths..What is so special about Shrama ..By making a true cop’s death over-hyped,those people are trying to or are literally erasing the goodness within Sharma..I am sure this will be taken up be BJP and allies as ‘hot sopt’ for spreading their wish them good luck,but sadly there are many many people with common sense ,still alive in my India and so I am not afraid of propaganda..

    Again,My hearty condolences and regards to his family..God help them recover from the sorrow..

    I am not talking about Arjun.I am talking about some media persons and bloggers who view this as biggest loss of the century and trying to sideline the matter as ‘hindu killed by muslim’…Sorry for all spelling msitakes..Good day


    I would like to know what is your disagreement on my line”“Life of a panwala is as worthy as life of an encounter specialist”….bla bla bla”..

    • Nimmy
    • September 21st, 2008

    @Virtualopinion,Thanks for dropping in 🙂

    I dn’t say i am right..I just felt so bcoz so many blogs,hindutva oriented ones,are making very delicate and provacative remarks in regard to Sharm’s death..So i felt bad..I won’t say this is a fake encounter,as i dn’t know what happened there..See,this is not a feeling that happenend to me one fine morning..I maybe in fool’s paradse..But I personally feel that acts of some evil coward sick muslims are helping sone hindu fanatics to reap so many benefits..and sadly so many muslims are strating to believe that these blaster-criminals are their robinhood,bcoz they are being sidelined more day by day..and they feel there is no way to react except by blasting thmeslves,and a few others too in the course..

    Me as an indian find it very annoying when people/fanatics tend to take laymen for a ride..I am not a messiah or angel set out to make things right..I am just getting rid of my frustration and helplessness by shotuing out loud ina blog

    Do come again to read my rants..Good day

    • Another Kafir
    • September 21st, 2008

    I say if some ignorant idiot is making stupid remarks, link him and dismantle his/her statements. Show how ignorant and stupid she/he is being. We also want to know about these anti social elements and we will join you in condemning it.
    Also sadly, that jamia colony witnessed protests about that encounter, why should they want to obstruct justice? Sad.
    And in Gujarat there have been attacks on temples in response to killing of terrorists. It seems as though there is an undercurrent of “hindu cops kill innocent muslims” story which was told to them.
    I am reminded of that saying “half information is worse than no information”. I might be repeating but The illiteracy and ignorance of actual incidents and the stupidity to engage in unconstitutional activities make for a hellish living in India.
    When, Where does the madness end?

    • Nimmy
    • September 21st, 2008


    “half information is worse than no information”.

    Exactly,but i don’t know how to look for complete and real information..

    I wish media either say it in complete or keep their mouth shut..

    Half-said informations are very dangerous and can easily ignite people’s my post..I wrote this bcoz i felt bad when some people try to sideline a cop’s martyerdom as something communal..He died fopr all indians..not for any special group..that was all what i wanted to say..

  2. Mm yeah. Same thought occurs to me when a celebirty or a politican passes away and all the papers are all about it. Not that they dont deserve the honor but I cant help thinking about the tiny bit of column a common man is deprived of having lived a whole life and left the planet in more or less the same fashion- unless of course it became sensational with a suicide or a murder leading to it.

    But when it comes to soldiers however, I’ve felt they deserve all of it – its a choice they made to go out there, what I didnt. Infact when Manekshaw was not given the attention or respect he deserved, including the absence of the Defence Minister, it was pretty upsetting.

    • Nimmy
    • September 21st, 2008

    Cris,you read my mind..I am not trying to belittle a great act..But there is nothign to be over hyped..Hundreds of soldiers are dying each year,for our safety,so that we may sleep in peace and blog in peace..Every soldier deserves respect of each and every indian..That being said,we should try to give a small part of compassion to those people and families ,amy it be a coconut seller or a sweeper,still they are human beings with thier own small world..Maybe it seems petty to us,but not to them..So if media doesn’t talk for them,they need not talk for Sharma too..

    • Another Kafir
    • September 21st, 2008

    True Nimitha, do please let us know who those ignorant people are who blogged to make it a communal matter and I can read their logic or comment on those articles.
    There is no reason to justify why you have posted this, I am glad that you have written this post. Sadly, this communalising was not just with the cops death but also with terrorist deaths. Its like competitive stupidity.

    • Milind Kher
    • September 21st, 2008


    I am glad that you have brought out a post that pays tribute to a brave officer like M.C.Sharma. There were enough and more people willing to pass it off as a fake encounter.

    Good, I hope more and more people start talking your language. I appreciate it.

    • Nimmy
    • September 22nd, 2008

    Ak,sorry for being late to reply..I am too busy during Ramadan..

    Its easy to see the sources from which i got such a thought..Pls go through timesonline news links and see their comment forums related to M C Sharma..

    • Nimmy
    • September 22nd, 2008

    Thanks for your nice words Milind 🙂

    • najeeb
    • September 22nd, 2008

    Hi virtualopinion,

    I do not want to divert the subject – paying homage to the deceased.

    Yet, I want to ask you – what SIMI network did Modi’s police bust? Did you read

    • Milind Kher
    • September 24th, 2008


    You are more to be thanked for appreciating my words than for my articulating them.

    Genuine appreciation of others is indeed becoming a rare commodity in this world of ours.

    Therefore, when you come across people who do that, it is refreshingly different.

    This has genuinely become an excellent forum to interact.

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